[APRA-NW] Portland screening of Relationship Management webinar

Michie Spradling michies at uoregon.edu
Mon Feb 3 16:52:34 PST 2014

Good afternoon,

Don't forget that next Monay at 9:30 am in Portland is the final presentation of Karen Greene's webinar, Making Relationship Management Work More Effectively.

There is still time to register at the APRA-NW events page: http://www.apra-nw.org/Default.aspx?pageId=1092815

Making Relationship Management Work More Effectively
Presented by: Karen Greene, George Washington University

Effective relationship management requires key ingredients, diplomacy, art and hard work. This session will identify the five most important elements for building effective relationship management.
Learn how to adapt these to use in your environment. Forget about the "us and them" refrain and feel the positive power of partnering. After this session you will have a fresh outlook on an age old professional challenge:
How to make relationship management work effectively. This skill includes making proactive research welcomed, valued and utilized.

Monday, February 10th at 9:30 am
Market Center Building, 1600 SW 4th Avenue, Portland, OR 97201
3rd Floor, Mt Tabor Room (312)

We look forward to seeing you there!

Michie Spradling
Program Chair

Michie M Spradling
Prospect Analyst
Prospect Management and Analytics
University of Oregon
Phone: 541-346-8621

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